Things to do in Ulster

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Cathedrals & Churches

St. Patrick's Cathedral in Armagh, Northern Ireland is the seat of the Catholic Archbishop of Armagh, Primate of All Ireland. It was built in various phases between 1840 and 1904 to serve as the Roman Catholic Cathedral of the Archdiocese of Armagh.


Armagh Planetarium is a world-renowned astronomical educational establishment. Established in 1968 its purpose is to bring astronomy to a wider audience.

Historic Sites

As one of Irelands most important archaeological sites, thelegendary Emain Macha home of the famous Red Branch Knights and UlsterCycle oftales is a place were myth and reality meet.

Country Parks & Forests

Comprises of some 240 hectares of diverse woodland and open parkland. It is home to Gosford Castle and was designated the first conservation forest in Northern Ireland in 1986.


Discover the treasures in our 4-star visitor attraction, library and museum: Armagh Robinson Library, formerly Armagh Public Library, and No 5 Vicars' Hill!

Art Galleries

In an all year round programme, we present the best in arts performances, activities, and entertainment with something to suit everyone's taste. Art exhibitions are held in the main gallery and foyer spaces throughout the year.


The oldest county museum in Ireland is set in Armaghs beautiful Georgian tree lined Mall. Located near the centre of St Patricks cathedral city, a visit to Armagh County Museum is a ideal way to experience a flavour of the orchard county.


Explore the shipyard, walk the decks, travel to the depths of the ocean and uncover the true legend of Titanic in the city where it all began.

Heritage Sites

Belfast City Hall is the civic building of Belfast City Council. Located in Donegall Square, Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, it faces north and effectively divides the commercial and business areas of the city centre

Siteseeing Tours

If you wish to see more of Belfast and Beyond, we have created day trips that allow you to see not just the murals but some of Northern Irelands most breath-taking country sides and coasts.


Come face to face with dinosaurs, meet an Egyptian Mummy and see modern masterpieces with a visit to the Ulster Museum. The museum is home to a rich collection of art, history and natural sciences and free to all visitors.

Historic Sites

Derry/Londonderry is the last remaining completely walled city in Ireland and one of the finest examples of a Walled City in Europe.

Castles & Halls

The Guildhall is one of Derrys most recognisable landmarks and has been at the heart of city life since 1890.


The Museum of Free Derry exists to remember and understand the local history of the city and its contribution to the ground breaking civil rights struggle which erupted in Derry in the mid-1960s and culminated in the massacre on Bloody Sunday.

Cathedrals & Churches

The Cathedral is a landmark, which speaks to citizen and visitor alike of much history of the City and represents a commodity of infinite value in the development of this area.


The restoration of Castle Gardens, a Lisburn City Council project costing 4.2 million, is one of the ten largest urban park conservation schemes grant aided in the UK by the Heritage Lottery Fund.